- Health department releases June1 coronavirus stats
- Sports physicals program looking unlikely this summer
- Riceville Elementary celebrates graduates
- Community set to host parade for MCHS seniors Saturday
- ACS to begin giving out dinner as part of food service program
- Coronavirus shutdowns lead to major unemployment increases locally
- Athens Chamber donates to help TWU students
- New helpline established for Tennessee healthcare workers, first responders
- Riceville holds drive-in graduation ceremony
NASHVILLE - Tennessee’s 2020 Free Fishing Day will go on as scheduled. The day is set for Saturday, June 6, when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s public waters.
NASHVILLE - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reported one boating-related fatality over the three-day 2020 Memorial Day holiday weekend and also made changes to turkey hunting regulations.
The athletic physicals that area student-athletes get for free every summer are in doubt this year, but are not completely out of the question yet.
I stopped long ago reading comments under news articles and opinion pieces.
Like many of you, I have worked from home for the past three months and it has given me a chance to familiarize myself with my new surroundings.
Pregnancy always comes with its share of anxiety and fear, but the COVID-19 pandemic has added a new layer of concerns for expecting families.
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